Figure 3
Typical diffraction pattern from a protein crystal submitted to high pressure. The present data were recorded at a sample-to-detector distance of 200 mm, which gives a diffraction limit of 1.2 Å at the edge of the detector. The diamonds from the anvil are emitting scarce Bragg spots with a pyramidal shape at around 2.0 Å, which are clearly differentiated from the gasket scattering (also at 2.0 Å) and from the protein Bragg spots.  [article HTML]